Reading FC manager Veljko Paunovic urged his side not to get ahead of themselves after Reading secured their second win of the season against Barnsley.

Goals from Yakou Meite and Michael Olise secured the three points for Reading with the Tykes ending the game with nine men.

Reading sit at the top of the table after the first two games, but Paunovic urged his side to stay humble after a good opening to the campaign.

Paunovic said: "We have to stay humble, this is just the beginning and we haven't done antything yet. 

"I don't want anyone to think this is going to be easy. I'll be the first one to say 'hey, hold on'. I''m enjoying things, but it's only the beginning."

Paunovic was proud of the performance of his side, however, praising them after the game.

"We’re very happy so far. In the moments in 11 v 11, the opponent was consistent and intense and won their battles.

“We exploited them at the back, it was an amazing job from the whole team.

"The team defended fantastically. There were a couple of great blocks and we turned over a counter attack, Lucas Joao gave us the game changing moment.

“In the second half, our subs helped. The most positive thing for me today was the spirit, effort, consistency and focus.

"You don't know how happy a coach is when he sees all the details he talks about and the players recognise them and do them."

Paunovic did confirm that right-back Andy Yiadom is set for a spell on the sidelines after sustaining a knee injury last week against Derby County.

"He has an injury in his knee which will keep him out for a considerable time. 

"We're still trying to determine what is going to be the reach of his recovery. It was definitely a bummer for us."

Speaking on transfers, Paunovic kept his cards close to his chest - but admitted that his 'side is not complete yet'.

The manager said: “We’re still working, we are active in the transfer window.

"The team isn’t complete yet but everyone is engaged and on the same page.”